MN Divorce Law | Child Custody & Support: Clear Statutory Guidance in Minnesota

April 1, 2016

Seeking MN Child Support Guidance? How about child custody? Read on. Although its always sad when any couple with children must file for divorce, at least parents in this state can benefit from our clearly drafted custody and support statutes. Even a quick reading of Chapter 518 of the Domestic Relations statutes reveals that both […]

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An Overview: The Basic Stages of a Minnesota Divorce

March 21, 2016

Once you no longer believe that marital counseling might help save your marriage, its best to go ahead and hire your own Minnesota divorce attorney. Even the most amicable divorces benefit from spouses having their own separate lawyers. Couples often need a bit of emotional distance from each other while those familiar with the intricacies […]

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The Most Common Reasons for Minnesota Divorce

May 5, 2015

Premarital counseling teaches many engaged couples how to avoid the types of negative behaviors and attitudes that often derail intimate relationships. However, if you havent gone through this type of therapy before marriage, its important to learn more about the most common reasons for divorce. Once you gain this knowledge, you and your spouse can […]

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A Snapshot of America’s Biggest Divorce Settlements

March 4, 2015

While obtaining a divorce, most people are concerned with how much money they’ll have when they reach a final settlement. Although some couples must struggle to keep their most basic bills paid during this time period, others have far different concerns. In fact, a growing number of attorneys for America’s multi-millionaire and billionaire couples must […]

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Spousal Support (Alimony or Maintenance) Options for Divorcing Couples

February 21, 2015

When couples filing for divorce have dependent children, their key concerns normally revolve around child custody issues and receiving a fair and equitable division of all marital assets. Of course, spousal support is also a key issue – although it’s now often handled quite differently than it was long ago – when far fewer women […]

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Avoiding Domestic Violence During A Divorce

February 2, 2015

Domestic violence often plays a role in many couple’s lives. In fact, one Canadian study revealed that 50% of all divorced women reported past abuse. In America, you often see the statistic that one in four women will experience some type of domestic violence during their lives. It’s also been stated that “more than more […]

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Amicable Divorces in Minnesota: Why They Always Trump Greed and Revenge

January 19, 2015

If you are thinking about a divorce, please think about a Minnesota collaborative divorce. Many divorcing couples believe their marriages have become emotional quicksand. However, few are as vile as the one depicted in Edward Albee’s 1966 film classic “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. That film showcases a depth […]

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Why a divorce may not be so bad for your kids

January 15, 2015

Any parent going through a Minnesota divorce has likely spent considerable time wondering about the potential impact the split could have on your kids. Parents commonly fear that the divorce will do lasting harm to their children, leaving emotional scars that they may never recover from. For this reason, some choose to stay together, for […]

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